9. 'Draw the Line'
They didn't realize it at the time, but Aerosmith's 1977 album Draw The Line marked the end of an era: It was their final release before the original lineup totally splintered apart. They'd become superstars over the previous few years and their endless orgy of drugs and women distracted them a bit from songwriting, but they came together at a former convent in New York and quickly hammered out this down-and-dirty rock album. The title track is a classic they play to this day while the punk-infused "Bright Light Fright" marked Joe Perry's first time on the lead vocals.